The Food and Mood Handbook: Find relief at last from depression, anxiety, PMS, cravings and mood swings: How What You Eat Can Transform How You Feel Paperback – 21 May 2001
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Geary manages to get to the heart of many food issues in a clear, often amusing way ... -- Image (Eire)
a biochemical journey ... the correct balance of nutrients in your daily diet contributes to better emotional and mental health... -- Optimum Nutrition Journal
an excellent guide ... leaves the reader to make an informed decision ... -- British Society for Allergy, Environmental and Nutritional Medicine
clearly laid out and attractively presented ... this is a book you can confidently recommend ... -- The Nutrition Practitioner
comprehensive ... in-depth look at how and why certain foodstuffs can contribute to ... depression, anxiety, and fatigue ... sound theoretical background ... -- Open Mind
From the Author
This is the book I wish I'd had 10 year's ago when my doctor diagnosed depression and presribed me antidepressant medication. Instead, I've written it myself and the book's content reflects my personal journey as well as the private study and professional experience of the past decade. I sincerely hope you find it helpful.Here, you will also be able to join the free email food and mood support group and share your thoughts and experiences with others who have read the book.
Amanda Geary November 2001See all Product Description
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A definite for those wanting to make diet changes to feel better not lose weight. Losing weight is the bonus!! I feel great now I know my danger foods!
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Leant mine to someone and having to buy a replacement. Great for clinicians and clients alike interested in relationships with food. Great exercises and very clear explanationsPublished on 13 Nov. 2013 by Debbie
Tried to purchase this via kindle download but it doesn't recognise my ipad. I have successfully made other kindle-pad purchases and been able to download the books. Disappointed!Published on 30 Oct. 2013 by Lynn DD
Easy to understand this book. Bought for my son who suffers with anxiety attacks. He can read for himself the relation between what you eat & how it affects you.Published on 8 Oct. 2013 by Reba
I have enjoyed reading this book. It is nice, simply laid out, clear & concise. Really worth purchasing just for a little guidance...Published on 16 Jun. 2013 by Martika Chisnall
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